The Colombia star scored two while Javier Hernandez, Isco and Jese Rodriguez were all on target in an easy win for the European champions
Real Madrid walked to the last-16 of the Copa del Rey with a 9-1 aggregate win over Cornella following their 5-0 trouncing of the Catalonian side in the second-leg at the Santiago Bernabeu on Tuesday.
The European champions headed into the clash with a 4-1 advantage following their victory in October and made easy work of the second game, going in 3-0 up at half time through a James Rodriguez double and an Isco goal.
Javier Hernandez added to that tally with a strike in the second half before Jese Rodriguez enjoyed a perfect return from injury, scoring shortly after coming off the bench in his first game since March.
Carlo Ancelotti’s men head into the last-16, where they will meet the winner of the tie between L’Hospitalet and Atletico Madrid.
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